Talented Miami rap duo Ghost Arm upped another couple songs to its Facebook page that would sound hot popping off of some wax, especially "Relocative Frequencies." This particular track features production by Roberto Pagano, and continues the duality within the group that relies equally on vintage soul samples (in this case) and the rawer, dystopian stuff like the other new addition, "Aggressive Life History."
In any case, Ghost Arm graces the Palm Beaches with another rare performance tonight at Lake Worth German-bar-turned-music-hall Little Munich.
The eccentric rappers have only played-out a handful of times total, so we should consider ourselves lucky that the twosome, consisting of FIU students Robert "Rolodex" Hodgkins and David "SPF" Golding, keep performing locally. Hodgkins tells us that the show is all part of the duo's momentum-building. A 7-inch should get pressed during winter break, and newly minted T-shirt prints should be available this weekend.
Hodgkins also hinted about another possible West Palm Beach gig in the
coming months with pals Surfer Blood "curating." The rhythmic soul
sampling team will perform with fellow admirers of '70s R&B, Shit
Ton of Funk. Show gets underway at 10 p.m.